Liverpool paramedic response NETWORK

Artist's impression of the Liverpool Superstation

Liverpool Superstation

The Liverpool Superstation will sit at the heart of the new Liverpool Paramedic Response Network cluster and will be where paramedics go to start and end their shift.

Local clusters will be composed of a superstation, existing ambulance stations and smaller, standby stations called Paramedic Response Points.

As NSW Ambulance is a mobile workforce that usually sees metropolitan paramedics respond from one patient to the next, the Paramedic Response Points will serve as a location from which paramedics can also respond throughout their shift.

This new operating model will ensure NSW Ambulance paramedics are strategically placed to meet the emergency medical needs of metropolitan Sydney communities now and into the future.

Liverpool Superstation

Located at 1-3 Hoxton Park Road, the Liverpool Superstation is a major investment in local ambulance services, designed to support patients in the Liverpool community and the surrounding area.
Once built, this Superstation will include:
  • Parking bays for up to 40 ambulance vehicles
  • Administration, office areas and amenities
  • On site staff parking
  • A logistics and storage area
  • An external wash bay.

The Liverpool Superstation site was home to the former Liverpool City Council Chambers which was destroyed by fire in late 2010.

Progress to date includes:
  • Completing enabling works in 2015 with the site establishment and demolition of the suspended slab and car park slab
  • Beginning main works in early 2016.
Construction is expected to be completed in 2017.

Site of the Liverpool Superstation during enabling works

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